exception


exception
Exception et clause qui borne une generalité, Exceptio.
Bailler exception, Dare exceptionem.
Bailler toute puissance et authorité sans aucune exception, Infinitum imperium dare alicui, B.
Ceste exception arreste le demandeur tout court, Haec obiecta praescriptio longius petitorem progredi vetat, B.
Alleguer exception de chose jugée, ou Exciper de chose jugée, Excipere rem iudicatem, B.
Alleguer exception de prescription, Excipere temporis iusti ad vsucapionem lapsum, B.
Ceste exception est couverte, Il n'est plus temps de la proposer, Exceptio ista fuit, B.
Exception de trente en quarante ans de prescription, Praescriptio longissimi temporis, Scutum longissimae praescriptionis, B.
Une exception peremptoire, Praescriptio quae iugulum causae petit, Budaeus.
Exceptions dilatoires, Praescriptiones et exceptiones litis moratoriae, Praescriptiones moratoriae, litemque trahentes, B.
Exceptions declinatoires, Praescriptiones et exceptiones litis translatiuae, B.
Debouté de ses exceptions et defenses tant declinatoires, dilatoires, que peremptoires, Praesidio praescriptionum et exceptionum legalium mulctatus, B.
Prevenir par le demandeur les exceptions, et defenses du defendeur, Occurrere vltro exceptionibus et praescriptionibus, B.

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  • exception — [ ɛksɛpsjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1243 dr.; lat. exceptio, de excipere « retirer, excepter » → exciper 1 ♦ Action d excepter. Il ne sera fait aucune exception à cette consigne. ⇒ dérogation, restriction. Faire une exception pour qqn, en faveur de qqn. Faire… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • exception — ex·cep·tion n 1: something that is excepted or excluded; esp: a situation to which a rule does not apply the supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exception s, and under such regulations as the… …   Law dictionary

  • exception — Exception. s. f. v. L action par laquelle on excepte. Faire exception, une exception, sans exception. n y a t il point d exception? il n y a regle si generale qui n ait son exception. cela ne souffre point d exception. l exception confirme la… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • exception — [ek sep′shən, iksep′shən] n. [ME excepcioun < OFr exception < L exceptio] 1. an excepting or being excepted; omission; exclusion 2. anything that is excepted; specif., a) a case to which a rule, general principle, etc. does not apply b) a… …   English World dictionary

  • exception — late 14c., from Anglo Fr. excepcioun, O.Fr. excepcion, from L. exceptionem (nom. exceptio), noun of action from pp. stem of excipere (see EXCEPT (Cf. except)). The exception that proves the rule is from law: exceptio probat regulam in casibus non …   Etymology dictionary

  • exception — ► NOUN 1) a person or thing that is excepted or that does not follow a rule. 2) the action of excepting or the state of being excepted. ● the exception proves the rule Cf. ↑the exception proves the rule ● take exception to Cf. ↑ta …   English terms dictionary

  • Exception — Ex*cep tion ([e^]k*s[e^]p sh[u^]n), n. [L. exceptio: cf. F. exception.] 1. The act of excepting or excluding; exclusion; restriction by taking out something which would otherwise be included, as in a class, statement, rule. [1913 Webster] 2. That …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • exception — The proverb the exception proves the rule means ‘the existence of an exception shows that a rule exists in those cases that are not exceptions’. It should not be used to mean ‘the exception becomes the rule’, although this is often found …   Modern English usage

  • Exception — may refer to: * An action that is not part of ordinary operations or standards * exception handling * Exception (song), the second single from Ana Johnsson s second album Little Angel *Exceptional Records …   Wikipedia

  • exception — [n1] leaving out barring, debarment, disallowment, excepting, exclusion, excusing, expulsion, noninclusion, omission, passing over, rejection, repudiation, reservation; concepts 25,30,211 Ant. admittal, admittance, allowance, inclusion exception… …   New thesaurus